nuclear security

Space Force will likely add a component to Cyber Command, senior official says


Cyber Command is already helping the new military service assess how to better perform assured missions associated with critical networks.

AI needs humans ‘on the loop’ not ‘in the loop’ for nuke detection, general says


“What we have to get away from is ... 'human in the loop,' or sometimes 'the human is the loop,'” said Gen. Terrence J. O'Shaughnessy.

New supercomputer will let nuclear security agency do ‘1.5 quintillion calculations per second’


Imagine a computer that can do 1,500,000,000,000,000,000 calculations every second. It's coming to the Lawrence Livermore National Lab in 2022.

DOD wants to use virtual reality to train troops for nuclear threats


The Pentagon wants to use AR and VR to equip troops with the skills to be ready to fight in a nuclear war.

Defense agency calls for new nuclear detection tech


The DOD’s key agency for combating weapons of mass destruction is requesting new technology solutions to detect a nuclear attack.

Cybersecurity a rising concern in protecting nuclear stockpile


Hacking is quickly becoming the greatest threat to nuclear security efforts domestic and abroad, experts said at a conference last week.